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New Military Grades and Rank Corps

Abstract:

In April and May this year, several articles or essays appeared in civilian media, introducing misleading information that in the near future, the ranks of ordinary servicemen (privates, corporals, sergeants) are coming back, as they were abolished after introducing professional forces. Such proclamations are not quite true, because ranks of private, corporal and sergeant, were earmarked by legal rules above all for soldiers in their compulsory or compensatory military services, i.e. they were not abolished after 2004. There are a lot of similar uncleanlinesses as far rank corps are concerned and therefore the main attention of this article is concentrated on changes that in connection with Act No. 221/1999, Coll., Professional Soldiers, amended and updated in 2009, has come into being.

Mgr. Miloslav Havlín, Ph.D., born in 1963. He is a graduate from the Faculty of Law of the Masaryk University in Brno. From 1993 to 2001 he worked in the Legal Department of the Ministry of Defense. In 2002 he began working as a lecturer at the Military Academy in Brno and this activity he held until 2006. Since 2006 he has worked as a lawyer at the University of Defence in Brno and at the same time at this university lectures. He primarily deals with issues of administrative law and European law.

Country: Czech Republic

22/11/2010

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